Making the most of the teacher's voice and body language


In this interactive and highly practical workshop, I reflect on the nature of teacher development in terms of theatrical or ‘performance’ skills; drawing on research, I will show how these qualities are an essential component in the growth of a teacher towards a more creative and effective practice. In reflecting on nonverbal behaviour in teaching.
I draw on research from the classroom (see, for example, Neill and Caswell, 1993. Body Language for Competent Teachers) to illustrate, with a wealth of actual examples from the classroom, the effectiveness - or otherwise – of the teacher’s non-verbal behaviour.

Extra! Extra!!!: Luke Prodromou and friends will end the day with a performance by the English Language Voice Theatre: a theatrical demonstration is a perfect illustration of the importance of the use of Voice and Body Language in teacher development and collaboration

Performance by English Language Voice Theatre: ‘Women Come and Go: from Byron to Eliot’

Four comic sketches inspired by some of the greatest writers in English: Byron, Wilde and Eliot: the eternal theme is, of course, love: in this new show, we see women in and out of love, talking of men and Michelangelo; looking for the ideal man: is it the young good-looking one or the one with a sexy name: Is it Ernest, John or Alfred? Come along and find out the answer: as well as getting your school year off with a smile!

Performed by: Lilika Couri, Anna Papadaki, Vicky Saran, Vangelis Petsalis and Luke Prodromou.

Workshop Leader: Luke Prodromou

Dr. Luke Prodromou graduated from Bristol, Birmingham, Leeds and Nottingham Universities. He was for many years a teacher and teacher-trainer with the British Council. He has also worked for ESADE, Barcelona, the University of Edinburgh, the University of Thessaloniki, Pilgrims Canterbury, NILE, Bell Schools et al. He currently teaches, part-time, ELT Methodology on the MA TESOL University of Sheffield International Faculty, City College, Thessaloniki. He gives talks on English literature and he also runs an international teachers’ and students’ English Language Theatre: Luke’n’Friends, which has performed at conferences in Greece, Spain, Italy, Turkey, Cyprus, Argentina, Mexico, Georgia, and the UK.



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Τηλ: 210 6712991 & Κιν: 6980635361 
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Ημερομηνία & Ώρα Έναρξης 17-02-2019 10:00 am
Ημερομηνία & Ώρα Λήξης 17-02-2019 3:00 pm
Κόστος Συμμετοχής (Ισχύει έκπτωση για φοιτητές) €35
Late Fee €15(From 11-02-2019)
Πόλη (Ξενοδοχείο) Αθήνα (Crowne Plaza Athens)

Venue Information - Αθήνα (Crowne Plaza Athens)

Πλησιέστερος σταθμός μετρό: Μέγαρο Μουσικής

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